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- legal tender paper currency, amendment, forts, electoral college, section 8, dockyards, marbury v. madison, mcculloch v. maryland, chief justice john marshall, article i, knox v. lee, arsenals, alexander hamilton, u.s. constitution, clause 17, the legal tender cases, patriot quest to restore our american republic, and other needful buildings, hamiltons opinion on the constitutionality of the bank of the United States, cohens v. virginia
To back up that claim, Patriot Quest examines the precedent-setting 1871 Supreme Court case which first upheld paper currencies as legal tender (despite earlier court rulings which upheld a legal tender of only gold and silver coin).
Understanding how the federal government acts in this particular case actually allows Patriots to understand how government acts "in all Cases whatsoever" with arbitrary power which has defied all previous attempts to limit it.
With the knowledge of how omnipotent government has been successful to date, a blueprint may thankfully be formed to finally Restore Our American Republic once and for all; to reclaim limited government operating again under strict construction of the whole Constitution, the likes of which America has not seen for 150 years
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